Iran's War on Israel
Wall Street Journal
The suicide bombing that killed five Israeli tourists and a local Bulgarian bus driver on Wednesday was shocking if all too familiar. The Jewish state has been in a virtual state of war since its birth in 1948, and in recent years the chief threat has ...
Intelligence panel chairman implicates Iran in bombing, says Israel could ...
'Shadow War' Between Israel And Iran Creeps Wider
Israel Likely Behind Bulgarian False Flag
Israel: May act to stop Syria arms reaching Hezbollah
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel said on Friday it would consider military action if needed to ensure Syrian missiles or chemical weapons did not reach President Bashar al-Assad's allies in Lebanon, the Shi'ite Islamist movement Hezbollah. "I have ...
Iran and Israel talks instead of attacks
Barak: Israel may seize advanced weapons in Syria
Israel may act to stop Syria arms reaching Hezbollah
New York Daily News
MTA Violated Rights of Group, Judge Says
New York Times
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Friday that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority violated the First Amendment rights of a pro-Israel group when it rejected an advertisement the group wanted to place on city buses on grounds that they ...
New York bus system can't bar pro-Israel, 'defeat Jihad' ads
Federal judge says MTA's refusal to run bus ad calling Israel's enemies ...
AFDI First Amendment Victory: Pro-Israel Ads Must Run Attacking Jihad
Mideast in Chaos: Israel Needs to Pursue a Peace Deal Now
I wonder if the Israeli government now regrets that it didn't consider the Arab League peace offer that was first issued in 2002 and then again in 2007. Every Arab state signed it and it was strongly backed by the Saudis who, in fact, drafted it. Under ...
Ariel University Status
Walls being built on all sides of Fortress Israel
New thinking on Israel
Mitt Romney Foreign Trip To England, Israel, Poland Will Serve As Leadership ...
Mitt Romney Foreign Trip. WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney auditions on the international stage next week as he travels to England, Israel and Poland looking to establish credibility as a potential commander in chief in his challenge to President Barack Obama.
Romney to travel to England, Israel, Poland
Romney hopes Israel trip Shows him as statesman
Would Rice as VP choice undercut GOP's Israel argument?
Moshe Silman Dead: Israel Protester Who Set Self On Fire Dies In Hospital
An Israeli man walks on a highway in Tel Aviv as others, not seen, block the road during a protest on Sunday, July 15, 2012, against the economic policies of Israel's government and to show solidarity with Moshe Silman, an Israeli protester who set ...
Israeli protester who set himself on fire dies
Moshe Silman dies after self-immolation at Israeli protest
Ruth Marcus: Israel needs more soldiers: Will Orthodox men step up?
JERUSALEM — The issue convulsing this country, and splintering its governing coalition, is not a nuclear-armed Iran or a moribund peace process. It is the question, as wrenching as it is unique to the Jewish state, of whether the country's fast ...
Coalition lost: But the flux in Israel may spur the peace process
Politics: The ex-vice premier justifies his leap
New York Times
Israel Is Forced to Rethink Its Regional Strategies
New York Times
JERUSALEM — Standing on the Golan Heights, close enough to the Syrian border to hear what he called “the dull boom of shells” fired on the other side, Israel's defense minister, Ehud Barak, observed on Thursday that President Bashar al-Assad's grip on ...
Israel's Barak: We'll Block Syrian Refugees
Israel will stop any flood of Syrian refugees: Barak
Israel eases West Bank travel for Ramadan
Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Israel reportedly also told its soldiers that when possible they are to refrain from eating, drinking and smoking in front of Palestinians “to demonstrate a high level of respect and understanding.” Ramadan, a time of reflection and prayer for Muslims ...
Israel Eases Some Restrictions for Ramadan
Israel releases senior Hamas member, speaker of now-defunct Palestinian ...
RAMALLAH, West Bank — Israel on Thursday released one of the Islamic militant Hamas movement's most senior members, the speaker of the now-defunct Palestinian parliament. Abdel Aziz Dweik, 64, was freed after serving six months without charges, his ...
Morsi Meets Mashaal, Stresses Support for 'Palestinians'